Zimdaba Investment Forum to be led by Zimbabwe cabinet ministers in London

By professo

The Zimdaba London 2018 conference is set to take place between 15-16 March and is the first Zimbabwe investment conference to be held in the UK since last year’s political transition.

Located in the Royal Geographical Society in England’s capital city, the forum aims to encourage investment in Zimbabwe, uniting business leaders and investors across the UK and Europe.

A Zimbabwe delegation will be attending, including Cabinet ministers and domestic trade and regulatory body representatives.

The ministers include the Head of Delegation at the Office of the President and Cabinet, Oasis Hove, the Deputy Minister of Finance and Economic Devlopment, Terence Mukupe, the Minister of Industry, Commerce, and Enterprise Development, Dr Mike Bimha, the Minister of Mines and Mining Development, Winston Chitando, and the Minister of Energy and Power Development, Simon Khaya Moyo.

SEE ALSO:

“Zimdaba London 2018 is a unique opportunity for investors, business sector leaders, and foreign affairs specialists to hear the new Zimbabwe Government articulate their plans for Zimbabwe’s re-engagement with the global business community,” stated Nicholas Holme, the UK Principal Director at Consolidated African Services.

“The nation is full of potential. Zimdaba London 2018 will help pave the way for the revival of Zimbabwe as an economic powerhouse in the Southern African region.”

The conference has been organised by Zimbabwe and UK-based Consolidated African Services Ltd, and is sponsored by Exotix Capital, Zimbabwe Diaspora Investment Group, fastjet and Atlas Mara among others.

Share

Featured Articles

Top 10 largest revenue generating family businesses in MENAT

From the UAE to Turkey, these family firms are the largest by revenue in MENAT and cover everything from energy to entertainment

Top 10 metaverse projects in the UAE, including world firsts

As Accenture predicts the metaverse will fuel a US$1 trilion commerce opportunity by 2025, we round up 10 pioneering metaverse projects in the UAE

PwC’s survey shows Middle East CEOs remain upbeat on growth

CEOs in the Middle East are far more optimistic about regional growth than those in North America and Europe, according to PwC’s annual survey

Opinion: “Why we must tackle the digital skills crisis"

Leadership & Strategy

5 Mins With: Kathryn Kaminsky Vice Chair Trust Solutions PwC

Leadership & Strategy

Survey: The Future of Cloud Security in the Middle East

Technology